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History of the Philadelphia Phillies . Ryan Kelly. 1880’s-1900. First owners Al Reach and John Rogers- named the team Phillies as a nickname for the people of the city Competition with the Athletics Hall of Fame Outfielders: Sam Thompson- .336 career average

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History of the philadelphia phillies

History of the Philadelphia Phillies

Ryan Kelly


1880 s 1900

1880’s-1900

  • First owners Al Reach and John Rogers- named the team Phillies as a nickname for the people of the city

  • Competition with the Athletics

  • Hall of Fame Outfielders:

  • Sam Thompson- .336 career average

  • Bill Hamilton- .344 career average


1900 1950

1900-1950

  • Grover Cleveland Alexander-Hall of Fame- Career 2.56 ERA, 373 Wins, Third all time

  • 1915 World Series- First World Series Appearance

  • Lost to the Red Sox and Babe Ruth

  • Manager Pat Moran

  • “Doormats of the National League” (Jordan)

  • Racism and Treatment of Jackie Robinson


1950 1980

1950-1980

  • Richie Ashburn- Hall of Famer- .308 career batting average

  • Robin Roberts- Hall of Famer- 286 Wins, 2,357 Strikeouts

  • “Whiz Kids”


1950 1980 cont

1950-1980 (cont.)

  • Manager Eddie Sawyer

  • Lost to Joe Dimagio and the Yankees in the World Series

  • 1964- Jim Bunning’s Perfect Game


1950 world series

1950 World Series

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qpvFwLnroH8


1980 1990

1980-1990

  • 1980- Won the World Series

  • Manager Dallas Green

  • Steve Carleton- Hall of Fame- 4,136 Strikeouts

  • Mike Schmidt – Hall of Fame-548 Home Runs

  • Pete Rose- 4,256 Hits

  • 1983- Appeared in the World Series


Final out 1980 world series

Final Out 1980 World Series


1990 2010

1990-2010

  • 1993- World Series appearance

  • 10,000 Losses

  • 2008- Won the World Series


2008 world series final out

2008 World Series Final Out

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4JbmO1C2hEk


Facts about the phillies

Facts about the Phillies

  • Have won only two World Series’- 1980 and 2008.

  • Pitcher Jim Bunning went on to become a Senator


Phillie s stadiums

Phillie’s Stadiums

  • Recreation Park 1883-1887

  • Baker Bowl 1887-1938

  • Shibe Park 1938-1971

  • Veteran’s Stadium 1971-2003

  • Citizen’s Bank Park 2004- Present


Baker bowl

Baker Bowl

http://www.ballparks.com/baseball/national/bakerb01.jpg


Shibe park

Shibe Park

http://www.ballparksofbaseball.com/past/ShibePark.htm


Veteran s stadium

Veteran’s Stadium

http://www.ballparksofbaseball.com/nl/veteransstadmain.jpg


Citizen s bank park

Citizen’s Bank Park

http://blog.timesunion.com/baseball/occasional-phun-at-citizens-bank-park/245/


References

References

  • Jordan, David M. (2002) Occasional Glory: The History of the Philadelphia Phillies. Jefferson: McFarland & Company.

  • MLB Advanced Media. (2001-2010) MLB.com Player Statistics. Retrieved October 25, 2010, from http://mlb.mlb.com/team/player.jsp?player_id=121454

  • MLB Advanced Media. (2001-2010) Phillies Timeline. Retrieved October 4, 2010, from http://mlb.mlb.com/phi/history/timeline.jsp

  • National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum. Hall of Famers. Retrieved October 18, 2010, http://baseballhall.org/hof/ashburn-richie

  • Westcott, Rich. (1996). Philadelphia’s Old Ballparks. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

  • Zimniuch, Fran. (2004) Phillies: Where Have You Gone? United States: Sports Publishing LLC.


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